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12032511203250GardensPR0434Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola’; Berberis thunbergii cv.; Picea abies 'Nidiformis'; Iberis sempervirens;

12032511203250GardensPR0434Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola’; Berberis thunbergii cv.; Picea abies 'Nidiformis'; Iberis sempervirens;

This design by Adrian Bloom uses one shrub (Cornus alba Aurea), one conifer (Taxus baccata Robusta), one grass (Hakonechloa macra) and one perennial (Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens).

This design by Adrian Bloom uses one shrub (Cornus alba Aurea), one conifer (Taxus baccata Robusta), one grass (Hakonechloa macra) and one perennial (Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens).

Ogród Sylwii od początku cz.II - strona 1086 - Forum ogrodnicze - Ogrodowisko

Ogród Sylwii od początku cz.II - strona 1086 - Forum ogrodnicze - Ogrodowisko

Rhododendron 'Purple Gem'  Dwarf, low, compact mound shape, growing 2–5″ a year. Masses of tiny blue-purple flowers in May. Very small blue-green leaves turn bronze in winter. New growth is bluish green. A Guy Nearing hybrid, sister to Rh. ‘Ramapo’. (-18°F, UM). Rhododendrons prefer rich, humusy, acidic soil that drains well. Sandy or dry soil, as well as heavy clay, should be amended before planting by adding peat moss, peat humus, or compost.

Rhododendron 'Purple Gem' Dwarf, low, compact mound shape, growing a year. Masses of tiny blue-purple flowers in May. Very small blue-green leaves turn bronze in winter. New growth is bluish green.